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Can I use faced (w/vapor barrier) insulation in INTERIOR walls??

Can I use faced (w/vapor barrier) insulation in INTERIOR walls??

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Old 11-17-03, 07:56 PM
bobbyo8
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Can I use faced (w/vapor barrier) insulation in INTERIOR walls??

I would like to "help" deaden noise/sound between rooms in my basement without going through a huge expense.... and I think that it's easier to staple the faced type insulation to the studs than to press-fit unfaced within the studs of interior walls.

Is there anything wrong with using insulation with a vapor barrier within interior walls of what will be a completely finished and heated basement (by code I mean) ? I'm thinking of using R11 because I have some left over from other work. Also, I'm in Mass if that helps at all.

Thanks....!!!
 
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Old 11-17-03, 08:23 PM
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It will help with sound issues some, and I don't know of anything that it can harm. If you've got it left over laying around, I'd sure put it to good use.
 
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Old 11-19-03, 12:39 PM
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Slash the vapor barrier just in case. This will allow moisture to move through the insulation and not be trapped.
 
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